Dolphin Research Center
Dozens of wounded military veterans got some therapy with the dolphins in the Florida Keys this week.
There’s plenty of buzz for seafood lovers at the start of stone crab season. More than 50 hungry competitors, on Saturday got cracking, participating in the Stone Crab Claw Eating Contest in the Keys.
A dog is often referred to as man’s best friend and primates often show human-like traits in captivity and in the wild. But it’s dolphins who can imitate many human actions, including problem solving skills.
Swimming with the dolphins can be a great experience, and some of the best places to do this are Dolphins Plus, Dolphin Cove, Theater of the Sea, Dolphin Research Center, and Miami Seaquarium.
More than 40 wounded warriors participated Saturday in Soldier Ride, a cycling journey across the Florida Keys.
Being in the southernmost point of the continental United States opens up myriad excellent options for weekend getaways. Key West may be a small town, but visitors can count on having big fun in the Conch Republic. This area is both a symbol for Old Florida glory and tropical delight, and it’s the perfect weekend destination for any traveler. Popular attractions such as the Ernest Hemingway home are within walking distance of some of the best lodging in the city. Visitors may enjoy a delicious meal while marveling at the expansive views of the ocean. Shop, party or embark on an adventure in the water.
An injured young manatee found in a Key Largo canal has been taken to the Miami Seaquarium for treatment.
The first of three injured manatees which were nursed back to health at the Miami Seaquarium has been released back into the wild off Islamorada.
It was a different kind of therapy for about 30 wounded military veterans who had an interactive session with dolphins in the Florida Keys Saturday.
Louie the dolphin has a second chance at life.